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    Anthony King completed Mount Hollywood Trail

    3 months ago

    Anthony King completed Beacon Hill Loop Trail

    6 months ago

    Anthony King reviewed Mount Lowe Railway Loop

    6 months ago

    I've done this loop trail a couple of times and even camped at the Mount Lowe Trail Camp. It's an amazing hike, you rarely see anyone past Echo Mountain on a weekday... I went yesterday (Tuesday) and saw no one between 10am - 6pm, basically after passing Echo Mountain. The trails are pretty well maintained besides a couple of downed trees... I also think for anyone prepared and that has backcountry trail knowledge, this isn't that confusing of a loop or network of trails. There are signs at every junction. Just be smart, take a map or remember to keep your phone on airplane mode cause your GPS will still work on Google Maps. ;)

    Anthony King completed Mount Lowe Railway Loop

    6 months ago

    Anthony King saved Bishop Pass Trail

    8 months ago

    Anthony King completed Bishop Pass Trail

    8 months ago

    Anthony King reviewed Mount Lukens Via Dunsmore Canyon

    8 months ago

    Amazing trail & not super difficult. I went up the Haines Canyon Trail to Rim of the Valley Trail which took me to the old Mt. Lukens Trail... hungout on top by myself for an hour and then took then the fire road to the Crescenta View Trail & down to the Wilderness Park.

    3.5 hrs up & 2.5 hrs down. Frost line is about 4,000ft & snow line a little under 5,000ft.

    Anthony King reviewed Haines Canyon to Mount Lukens Trail

    8 months ago

    Amazing trail & not super difficult. I went up the Haines Canyon Trail to Rim of the Valley Trail which took me to the old Mt. Lukens Trail... hungout on top by myself for an hour and then took then the fire road to the Crescenta View Trail & down to the Wilderness Park.

    3.5 hrs up & 2.5 hrs down. Frost line is about 4,000ft & snow line a little under 5,000ft.